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Old 02-08-2005, 09:38 PM
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yes, that will work fine. if you want to save a few dollars try 8560k242. its just a few thousandths less in thickness but half the cost. its just regular acrylic over polycarbonate. polycarbonate is almost the same but a little harder and has a higher melt temp. for your application i dont think it really matters but the polycarbonate will be just slightly easier to machine so its your call, either one will work

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Old 02-08-2005, 10:19 PM
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Perfect! Thanks! I'll have to get an order in!

Thanks for all of your help mrcleanr6 and everyone!
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Just wondering which of the Krylon paints you tried? I know they make one called Fusion they say is for plastic?
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Yeah that's the stuff...Fusion for plastics by Krylon...It's still no match for the cutting board!
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Thanks for the information. I really like Krylon paint, but I haven't tried that variety. They make a pretty good sandable primer for small projects and you can get it at Wal-mart.
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